"Your blood type cannot change on its own. The only way for this to happen is if you have a bone marrow transplant and the donor is with a different blood type. Something else that could happen is to get the wrong result from the lab givi..."
"That seems pretty quick. Typically a blood test (which is more sensitive) will be positive 9-10 days after ovulation/fertilization, and a urine test will be positive 2-3 days after that. Did you have sex before the 2nd?"
Thank you for everything! Hi, you recently repsonded to a post I posted regarding being 41, surprised to be pregnant, and worried about not seeing a heartbeat. I just wanted to thank you for your support. Last night I miscarried. I am kind of in a daze today, but wanted to thank everyone for their support... so THANK YOU so much. God Bless.
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